Students will be taken step by step through the process of water-based silkscreen printing, using hand drawn and photographic stencils. Screens can be prepared in a number of ways including direct painting and using paper stencils. Ink is pushed through the screen with a squeegee to create a print. 12:30 to 13:30 Lunch break
Students will be taken step by step through the process of water-based silkscreen printing, using hand drawn and photographic stencils. Screens can be prepared in a number of ways including direct painting and using paper stencils. Ink is pushed through the screen with a squeegee to create a print.
Over the first few weeks you will learn the techniques of monoprinting, colograph and drypoint printing. Using this information we will start a process of development to produce a body of experimental work always moving towards your own choice of a final piece.
This course is about learning to use colour and line textures to make simple designs of printing using found materials.
This course is about learning various printing techniques in the darkroom.
Week by week, you will be introduced to each stage of the photo-etching process including how to prepare and output images for photo-etching, preparing the photo-etching plate, testing and selecting exposure times, and developing, etching and printing from a zinc plate. In addition to this you will also learn about complementary printing techniques...
This class is for both beginners and those who want to expand their skills within printmaking. You will be introduced to printmaking techniques through demonstrations and workshops including: Dry point (drawing directly onto a metal plate and printing using an etching press), Etching (a print taken from a metal plate onto which the design has been...
The course covers: '¢ Mesh preparation and coating; '¢ Preparation of images for stencil making (manual and electronic); '¢ Stencil processing; '¢ Setting up and printing on hand tables and carousels; '¢ Production of single colour, two colour and multicolour prints; '¢ Working with inks and solvents; '¢ Screen reclamation; '¢ Health and...
As well as covering the cycle of screen print production and stencil making, this unit will look more deeply into: '¢ Electronic imaging techniques; '¢ Colour separations and halftone printing '¢ Working with colour and ink mixing.
Introduction to the intaglio printmaking, through both traditional and experimental approaches. Suitable for: Courses are for 18 years and upwards. Anyone interested in printmaking and visual arts.
This workshop based course includes a broad range of printmaking techniques that are available in this studio such as Monoprinting, Collographs, Linocut, Drypoint and Etching. By the end of the course you will have gained an overview of what printmaking can offer and be able to use some of these processes with confidence.
To create a beautiful clock which is also a work of art. Suitable for: Course participants of all ages & ability
Studying Art at A-level gives you the opportunity to express yourself visually with confidence and the facility to communicate clearly and powerfully.
The aim of the course is to enable students to work with increasing independence, producing their own responses to themes, topics through drawing, painting, printmaking and mixed media work.Take a look at a gallery of coursework produced by students on this course.
This is a one- day workshop aimed at individuals with experience of floral art. The designs created on the day will include: A Textued Hand Tied Design, a Hand Tied in a Frame Work and a Circle of Summer Hand Tied. The tutor will demonstrate each design and guide you through the construction method.
This course is suitable for anyone who has a very little or no knowledge of dressmaking and would like to develop these skills. Suitable for: This course is suitable for anyone who has a very little or no knowledge of dressmaking and would like to develop these skills.